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“Letters are among the most significant memorial a person can leave behind them.” - Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

The art of writing letters is a dying one in this modern age of electronic correspondence, so reading letters from the past is one way to become reacquainted with this this practice. It also gives us a peek into the private lives of the writers and insights into what they found important enough to write about.

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Patricia Barletta - A Dangerous Duke and a Spy's Message
FEATURED AUTHOR - Patricia Barletta is an award-winning author of historical and paranormal romance fiction. After a fulfilling career teaching English Literature in high school, she decided to go back to school and obtained a Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing at Stonecoast (University of Southern Maine). When she’s not at a yoga class doing her best downward dog, Patricia is usually tending her hydrangeas or hosting a brunch for her writing group. Patricia loves to travel and often finds the inspiration… Read more